Facebook. Create right column ads with your company logo and basic information (name, website, and location if appropriate). These ads should be boring: they should make your logo and business name very visible, but not entice the viewer to click on them. Next, place top bids on these ads; with high cost per click (CPC) bids, your ads will consistently show up on your target audience’s Facebook pages but few people will actually click on them (meaning they won’t cost you much money but will increase your visibility).
Make sure you Segment Your Ads by Channel. Don’t lump their ads and let them run on both desktop feed, desktop right, and mobile feed (and third party apps). Set a budget and then target your audience. You can also add Instagram in your placement platform. Pro Tip: Use the Facebook Pixel. The Facebook pixel is a small piece of code that can have a big impact on your Facebook ad campaigns. Once you place the code on your website, it allows you to track conversions, remarket to people who have viewed a product on your website.
Segment = They all have different click characteristics.
Write text on images (old school tip). In most verticals, this is almost guaranteed to increase your CTR. If you want to get the best results, it’s important to understand the different Facebook ad types and targeting options before you dive in. If you already have a Facebook business page (and you should), you can head straight to the Facebook Ads Manager or Business Manager to create your Facebook ad campaign. If you don’t yet have a business page, create one first.